96± acres located in Goliad County. The terrain is a mix of open pasture, native trees, brush, and grasses that is perfect for hunting, cattle grazing, hay production, and horse riding. Wild game includes deer, hogs, and turkey. There are numerous buildings and usable structures conveyed that include a 50’ X 30’ insulated shop w/a canopy, electrical outlets, an interior 220 plug and an RV connection, a 20’ x 25’ barn, a 23’ X 40’ barn, a 34’ X 14’ insulated building w/a porch, electrical service and interior plugs/lighting, and a 24’ X 12’ insulated building. Working cattle pens and chute convey. Cargo Crate is excluded from the sale of property.
The scenic hilltop that once had a 100-year-old farmhouse has electrical service, water, and gravity flow septic system that dates back to the 1960’s. There are two water wells on the property. The second well is not currently operating and was drilled to service an oilfield site in the 1980’s. The property is cross-fenced.
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